Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Removing the throttle linkage assembly

The throttle linkage assembly is the last thing in the engine bay (besides the engine mounts themselves) that is attaching the engine to the car.




There is a linkage bar that attaches the throttle spring thing to a bar attached to the firewall that moves forward when the gas pedal is pressed down. 



This bar is attached by two little clips that just pull up to allow the linkage bar to slide out of the other bar it's attached to, thus freeing the clips. 



After that is off the throttle spring assembly comes off by removing two 9/16 inch bolts.


 

1 comment:

  1. Keith, I love your photo documentation! Great job!

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